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CNN
Feb 10, 2014 1:00pm PST
quote targets for drone strikes. you talk about the use of a s.i.m. card to track the terrorists. what are the issues with that? >> this is effectively what amounts to death by metadata. we're living in an area of precrime where we're using analysis of signals, intercepts of the activity that is registered on behalf of a s.i.m. card or a telephone handset. we don't have evidence that the individuals holding that handset are in fact the individuals that we're targeting. and so what is effectively happening is instead of confirming that target x is in fact this individual that the u.s. is trying to kill, they are effectively killing the cell phones and this is a system that is rife with error and the u.s. has basically outsourced its human intelligence capacity and it's now relying in some cases 90% or more on the use of signals intelligence or military intelligence and that leaves an area for filling of phones not
LINKTV
Feb 14, 2014 8:00am PST
quote balances on which our democracy depends. enam grateful to edward snowd for having given us a constitutional crisis, a crisis instead of a silent coup, as after 9/11. he has confronted us.
CSPAN
Feb 4, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote >> interesting over the munich conference where we had individuals telling us individuals were in possession of this information and eager to sell it to other news organizations. is that a legitimate worry? >> i don't want to get into the the details. we are looking at the totality. >> i have host of other
FOX News
Feb 10, 2014 3:00am PST
quote russian people were so fantastic to us, i can say this, they are doing -- they're outsmarting us at many terms. their leaders, whether you call them smarter or more cunning or whatever, but they're outsparting us. if you look at syria and other places, they're outsmarting us. i really think we should not be knocking that country with all of the money and all of the guts they put into it and, hey, i'm a fan of our country. but we have to get along with people a little bit and -- >> i think you're right.
LINKTV
Feb 14, 2014 8:00am PST
quote constitutional crisis, a crisis instead of a silent coup, as after 9/11. he has confronted us. he has revealed documents that prove that the oversight process, both in the judiciary and in the secret court and secret committees in congress who keep their secrets from them, even when two them, widen and udall felt these were unconstitutional, but did not feel they could inform their colleagues or staff of this. what edward snowden has revealed is a broken system and he has given us the opportunity to get it back, to retrieve our civil liberties, the more than that to retrieve the separation of powers on which our democracy depends. daniel ellsberg, what about
LINKTV
Feb 10, 2014 8:00am PST
quote claiming edward snowden stole internal nsa documents by using cheap and widely available software that still went mostly undetected. "the new york times," investigators looking into the case a snowden deployed a simple web crawler that automatically downloaded some 1.7 million files. in a statement, snowden responded -- in the latest of snowden's disclosures, new information has emerged on the nsa's secret role
SFGTV
Feb 25, 2014 5:30am PST
always, always and i think everyone in our program across the city agrees these are used as a last resort. pesticides are intended only as a last resort when other methods can't be used. i also have one of the star ibm coordinators with me tonight from the recreation parks department, kevin roland. and i can't sing his praises loudly enough, but he has been doing really wonderful things with rec and park. and he'll be available for questions when we get to that or if you have any now. so, the goal really is to minimize environmental health risk from pests and pesticides. it's not just about reducing pesticides because there are problems we have to address out there in the city unfortunately, and these are tools sometimes that we need. the program itself really revolves around a stakeholder process, it involves all the city departments that use pesticides. we meet monthly. this is really the heart and soul of the program. and i think it's fair to say that there are hundreds of people, hundreds of city employees involved with landscape maintenance and building maintenance who are not
SFGTV
Feb 18, 2014 5:30am PST
blue line is insecticides that aren't used for public health. hiding that, i'm sorry you can't really see the detail of it. we've actually had a 99% reduction in insecticide use since the beginning of the program, nonpublic health insecticides. but you notice some bumps there and those bumps are golf tournaments. the other big driver in pesticide use in the city really is tournament golf. and this is kind of a separate issue on its own. i think what we've concluded in the ipm program is you really can't have tournament golf without having a lot of pesticide use. and, so, it's a community decision as to whether we want to have these deals with golf tournaments. i know there are a lot of benefits as well from the tournaments themselves, but i have to sort of treat that as a separate category of pesticide use. and to their credit, the rec/park golf team has been very, very committed to finding every way we possibly can to reduce pesticide use at harding park golf course. the -- i think that -- i also should explain we don't put public health pesticides in here because that is something f
LINKTV
Feb 10, 2014 8:00am PST
quote in the intelligence community is that james clapper two weeks before he publicly used that term of accomplice, that he also said in a top-secret classified briefing within the intelligence community sort of floating it. mike rogers also has just been on a rampage against journalists
PBS
Feb 5, 2014 9:00am PST
chew you do you lulu lulu who who who who. the us welcome to nhk world as one in chino tawny and tokyo shares a look at some other stories we're following this hour. i am. families separated by the korean war will reach the need for the first time since two thousand and ten. to review teams are taking place at a mountain resort later this month. i tried searching the library. the panel of experts in defence a long way it's nice to allow the country's constitution to give more room for national defense the researchers point out the problems that are seeing the forest. typical of nearly three years after that the governments of north and south korea have agreed to hold reunions of families separated by the korean war they will take place beginning with every twentieth. fred rouse officials from the two countries met to discuss the issue at the border village of palm and joan on wednesday one hundred people from both sides of the border will take part in the six day re unions at the balcony and resort in the north. it will be the first time since two thousand and ten that families d
CSPAN
Feb 9, 2014 2:33am EST
to all of us in the housing community. first, americans who already have insurance have the chance to reduce their monthly costs, freeing up resources for housing or other important needs. second, for those who are uninsured, we all know that a sudden surge in medical costs can lead to families missing payments, losing their homes, going bankrupt. with coverage, they don't have to carry this anxiety. that is why it is great news for nahrep and our entire nation that nine million americans have signed up for private health insurance or medicaid coverage. to keep this momentum going, i ask all of you to help us get those you know, who don't have insurance, covered by march 31. it is good for them, good for our housing market, and it is good for our entire economy. another effort i want to mention that is good for all of us, including our pocketbooks, is immigration reform. [applause] this is a top priority of the president's, and that is why he is called for action again during his state of the union address. i want to say this is personal to me. as the son of an immigrant who was bo
Bloomberg
Feb 20, 2014 6:00pm EST
. telephone we know about the interest from google and -- tell us what we know about the interest from google and microsoft. >> there was not really a formal process to sell whatsapp, but the company through the years as it publicized how much users it was gaining, that got approached by other companies. we learned that google and microsoft tried to buy the company and did not succeed, where facebook it. the price of facebook paid is probably unbeatable, and i don't know that for sure, but another concern that whatsapp founders might have had is the fact that google and microsoft have their own operating system and maybe would have closed the app that can run on every smartphone. and facebook is like that too. the price is like unbeatable. >> $19 billion, that is hard to beat. what do we know about how this deal actually got done? on the face of it seems like mark zuckerberg shaking hands, not asking advice from anyone else. is that what happens? >>-- happened? >> clearly there is more involvement than just that. mark zuckerberg is very bold. that has been the headline on his willingne
PBS
Feb 12, 2014 7:30am PST
the twentieth anniversary of the youth of us take a day is celebrated this year the ballot and you see i'm a ph and submits its report. we get the force exhibition of russian poet alexander pushkin opens. welcome to the to the new slide from annoyed picture with it to be international in the next thirty minutes we're going to bring to you that the latest updates on stories happe session of the vietnam cambodia joint committee for economic co true scientific and technological cooperation opened in phnom penh on tuesday at the event and in the midst of a promise to cut meaning and his cambodian counterpart hor nam hong retreated their determination to quickly complete a land border demarcation. the two sides agreed to boost cooperation in education economics trade and investment with the aim of raising a two way trade turnover to five billion us dollars by two fifteen the leaders also agreed on for the corporation into such an appropriation of the remains of the volunteer soldiers who sacrificed their lives in cambodia. the two different from mr signed a memorandum of understanding t
SFGTV
Feb 2, 2014 9:00pm PST
tokens or flickr cards to encourage their employees to use those transit means rather than taking a car for meetings or other work-related purposes. separately from the plans that are submitted to us, but by virtue of a transportation survey that we conduct with city employees, we see that 64 employee -- 64% of employees who report that they do travel on work purposes, 64% use transit at least some of the time. another strategy that fits within the transit first group of activities is use of city cycle and that's the program where we are able to provide to city departments a fleet of bicycles for their employees to use for work purposes. 56% of the departments now have those. and, again, by our separate survey efforts, we're seeing that 15% of city employees report that they actually do use the bikes. so, a lot of departments are getting the bikes and they're starting to get a good deal of use. 64% of the departments have moved to having some sort of pooled vehicle so individuals aren't assigned individual vehicles, and that is a way of obviously reducing the amount of vehicles in t
Al Jazeera America
Feb 1, 2014 7:00pm EST
? what we're doing is we're being more efficient with that linear economy. we're using less. being careful with the resources we have. but we're still going to run out at some stage. that's a huge issue for the global economy. a circular economy looks at from the outset, designing systems, designing products so you can recover materials so it is aligning business innovation with the design of products, materials and components which, through that business model innovation, allow those products to go back so that the materials can be recovered and thus create a restorative economy that can thrive in the long term and it is worth trillions of dollars globally. >> first of all, when you have a panel and a beer maker on your panel, it is always good to get into the good books early so i'm going to go to you. the stated goal as ellen talks about is in large part to decouple economic growth which we all believe we need. with resource consumption of the assumption has been if you grow, that you have to suck up resources. will you use more resources. i think of one example where that hasn'
CSPAN
Feb 5, 2014 5:00am EST
, and we will apply that to the broader force. that's just our nature, right? we use these as -- these problems as opportunities to check across the force. and so, that is part and parcel -- that's par for our course. we will do that. >> gordon, i think i should add, as i described to craig, we're doing this 60-day look, involving our nuclear enterprise. we share across enterprises, the nuclear propulsion enterprise, again, the foundation is integrity, the principles are all there. our people serve on nuclear-powered ssdns. and so, those elements have to be shared. so there's a lot involved in this, across, if you will. >> yes, could there be any operational impact with these -- those involved with the cheating, possibly suspended? the air force had to suspend or restrict about 120 missileers. is there any -- and people are pulling extra shifts. do you foresee any type of similar operational impact? >> i could possibly foresee an impact in charleston. we'll see if that is broader. >> what -- of impact would that be, sir? >> the same sort of thing. so there's those folks that a
SFGTV
Feb 4, 2014 10:30am PST
concept of transit first, 50 departments have now submitted to us plans. they're reweird to do this annually to submit plan to describe what their transit first strategies are for their own employees. ~ required the range of programs -- it doesn't prescribe specifically what they need to do, but there's a laundry list of item that they might employ. and what we are seeing from the reports is that -- indicated here, 44% of the departments are now offering either muni tokens or flickr cards to encourage their employees to use those transit means rather than taking a car for meetings or other work-related purposes. separately from the plans that are submitted to us, but by virtue of a transportation survey that we conduct with city employees, we see that 64 employee -- 64% of employees who report that they do travel on work purposes, 64% use transit at least some of the time. another strategy that fits within the transit first group of activities is use of city cycle and that's the program where we are able to provide to city departments a fleet of bicycles for their employees to use f
SFGTV
Feb 18, 2014 5:00pm PST
inside and they gave us the count down date and it kept raining and raining and i said let's do that on my mothers birthday and they don't know that woman she's got a relationship with the lord. under the circumstances the sun will be shining on her oldest boy on the dated when you do the bridge (clapping) and so credit my mother with the sunshine. and clarence were up correct to ask that question because when alice finally, called me they did this in secret he didn't want me to be involved taught u at all for fear i'd cause it to fall. they were keeping it out of my sight completely until some reporter named a journalist called me up and asked how did you organize straight this bridge for being named after you. i said what are you talking about he said they're talking about naming the by a bridge after you. and i said that is to the o not possible i'm two controversial and i'm alive (laughter) and, of course, they said well they are. i called eleanor and said eleanor find out what's happening with the bridge naming and she got back to me and i called alice and alice hung up she didn't
PBS
Feb 20, 2014 8:30pm PST
guantc!namo the eye. what sadie with us on this edition of news line it's friday and a twenty first and calf ankle and she and ted camp ukrainians had to suffer through them as violent days in the country since the soviet era. they were waiting to see if the truce would take hold after months of protests the police started firing on demonstrators yemen officials say at least seventy five people have been killed over the last three days. nhk words you speak them one at a point from tx. presenting the story and loading them onto this great wednesday that he didn't arrest known protesters and riot police face of a round is clear to us in mind. friday got the green in the morning and that the weather is the view some tories was the fi anime will confess to using sniper rifle demos to it as howard that i am homeless at the quickie post. if there is a low rate than the actual number is even tighter. this was the base had in many seasons of the key if the emperor on the violence done to ease out to the meanwhile tragedies the mall to buy tickets what is right i think people are worried abo
CBS
Feb 11, 2014 1:37am PST
why yet. something about the collapse is suspicion. crews used son far -- sonar to make sure no one was trapped in the building. >>> owners tell us flooding has been a problem for years. >>reporter: it rained more than a foot on the mountains and hills and came rushing downhill. this storm drain couldn't handle what was coming in. >> water was bubbling up out of the greats. they could built a covert but that would take years. paul, tell us the truth. how big a deal was this storm? >>reporter: it was a big deal for most of our area. with the south bay being a exception. nearly 14 inches of rain. napa more than 8 inches. this is the result. that's a big waterfall. that's some ones backyard. too much water over the weekend. they wondered if the rain would come. 1/10 of the rain fell. less than a quarter of inch in san jose. this is the view in the south bay. they are getting nearly nothing. 140 times more rainfall in gernville. one is the north bay and how much rain we should have received. we were 30 inches below normal. the smaller jug is all of the rain we god -- got friday, saturda
Al Jazeera America
Feb 8, 2014 12:30am EST
night. >> it's taken us a day to trek to the small village of mulatos. we are up here in the mountains, and this is where colombia's war has continued, where the government has pushed the paramilitary, and they're at war. we have come to meet a group of activists. they formed almost two decades ago, after a series of farc guerillas, working alongside the colombian military. they invited us to go into the mountains where people were displaced by a paramilitary group working in the area. >> around 50 people are going to the town of rosalee, they want to give people support there because they've been facing lots of threats. one young boy was kidnapped and a man was killed by paramilitary. colombia has one of the largest numbers of internally displaced people in the world, nearly 6 million and it's rising. fault lines is here to find unout why. this part of colombia is isolated. it's here that the country's 50 year war is playing out. often unseen. the government is trying to bring an end to the fighting by negotiating with a rebel farq group but community told us that officials
PBS
Feb 18, 2014 8:00pm PST
protesters have used the live rounds and all we do know that at least two police have died from gunshot wounds three more are reportedly in color right now with thirty more than thirty police had been injured. when it comes to protesters there saying more than a hundred people have sustained injuries in the mayhem that has been going to date. in the ukrainian capital at the moment. it's also important to note that at this point all access roads to the ukrainian capital are being blocked by police starting from midnight once every night since that is essentially a couple hours time. nobody will be able to enter this eighteen because that i think government does not want to see reinforcements coming in on for the tigers also bought the president of the country to grow he says he will hold an emergency meeting at eleven pm local time so that's an two hours time. in other to see the situation ah possibly i've calmed down but by looks of it at the moment when you see the entire central kiev ablaze. id does not look like that will be the case again a week this is the first time in rec
PBS
Feb 16, 2014 12:30pm PST
dylan base because else's it to use accounting to london sunderland pics and i had to prepare like month in advance preparing with the skittles but the ethics profiles and her delivery the program with in a statement that the west it's always a great pleasure and great times because he also gives me a chance to look at it on a broader perspective and eleven sports and then he is cast as well the people. they are. place on the hot plate doesn't yell for me. the top of the congee taking a month. no word yet each. great for the last one we got the chance to take care of everything from gathering information to forming her stories. she's overloaded with work. one mike. in addition there are fisted use restrictions the needle the bullet and use it for less money. you can look into what first place uncle. a little tequila thumbs down. one of us. funds the town. looks like the house. when it's this huge event for sportsman athletes and fans all over the world and for that reason the demand is extremely high and the right to air those programs two teams is a very expensive and as our gang
SFGTV
Feb 15, 2014 5:30pm PST
have better coordination particularly with our bus stops and making sure the shultsz can use them and have cost recovery for the use of those stops. as well as making sure that the muni buses can efficiently use them. you but looking at the bigger picture we need to stop politicizing people's ability to get to work. thousands and thousands even if san franciscans san francisco residents some people who just moved here or lived here for decades thousands of san franciscans rally on those shuttle to get to work and earn a livelihood everyday we need to stop politicizing their ability to do. we need to recognize we've also had many san franciscans who live here and commuted adopt to the peninsula people have been doing that for decades. in the past they'll get into a car and drive down the freeway and clog up our city streets and freeways. now they're taking buses to reduce congestion and reducing pollution marry that's exactly what we want in our transit first policy and we need to make sure it's define in a well-regulated way. i think we need to stop steering wheel and escape getti
CSPAN
Feb 8, 2014 7:00am EST
changed your habits coming -- your habits when it comes to using that it cards that using debit cards. using that cards. debit cards. ,02-5853881. on social media you can find our twitter. you can also participate in a poll. you can also send us e-mail to journal@c-span.org. there was a poll looking at practices bcause -- because of data breaches. americans say they fear of theft.g victims of they are apathetic to try to protect their data. 58% say they have deep worries when spending online but only 37% have tried to use cash for purchases rather than pay with plastic in response to the data that's like the one in turn get. only 41% check their credit reports. some of the details from that survey that we read you and just to show you once more, 50 eight percent concerned about spending online. 41% say they have checked their credit reports, 30 seven percent attempting to use cash for purchases. -- 37% attempting to use cash for purchases. perhaps you want to tell us about your personal practices. maybe you have suggestions for what congress should do. 202-585-3880 if you only use deb
Bloomberg
Feb 20, 2014 1:00pm EST
employees very rich. us onlichman is joining this from l.a. a and christinalesci is in new york. >> you made it sound like a very romantic courtship. you are right, these are two people who know each other pretty well. mark zuckerberg has a huge amount of respect for this platform. we now have a better understanding of the roadmap that facebook has been working on. one of the distractions in this whole story was that we know facebook was interested in another hot service in snap chat. the storyline that emerged as we talked about that one was that facebook wants to stay relevant. chat are teams using snap and facebook wants to cater to that audience and not lose the younger people to other services. with this deal, you very much understand that facebook is stepping back and saying there are lots of people that will continue to use facebook and we made these huge efforts to shift in people using facebook on their computer to using it on their phones. as one part of the story and the other part is the reality that people will have different groups of people they want to communicat
Al Jazeera America
Feb 8, 2014 5:30pm EST
. texas used a relatively new protocol involving a single drug. after the drug was administered, she began to snore. reports say it look 11 minutes to die. despite the apparently quiet death, there is a growing concern amock opponents of the death penalty, that states are increasingly turning to questionable methods. a drug protocol that some see as cruel and unusual. mcguire was sentenced for the 1989 rape and killing of a pregnant woman. for the first time anywhere in the united states, and two-drug protocol was used. after the drugs were injected mcguire, according to witnesses, wheezed, coughed, and strained against the restraints holding him to the table. he clenched his fists and appeared to be sucking for air. it took more than 20 minutes for him to die. the day after the excuse the mcguire family announced a lawsuit >> i don't feel like any family should deal with what we dealt with over the past couple of days let alone yesterday. i don't feel like anywhere deserves that, families or my dad. anybody on death row. nobody deserves to go through that. "america tonight." >> i be
Al Jazeera America
Feb 7, 2014 11:30am EST
. >>> the constitution specific forbids the use of cruel and unusual prisoners at the hands of governments. but when the state sets out to kill a prisoner, how could it be done in the 21st century death penalty is the inside story. ♪ >> hello, i'm ray suarez, once a court decides a defendant has committed a crime so terrible he or she could be killed for it, carrying out the death sentence is complicated. the u.s. has largely moved away from gas chambers, shootings, and electric cushion to kill the convict. the 8th amendment to the u.s. constitution states simply, excessive bail should not be required, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. though the intention is to end up with a dead pilsner, how do we police the fine line between an allowable death and a death looking something closer to torture. the state of texas executed suzanne wednesday. she was only the 14th woman to be executed in the united states since the death penalty was reinstated. she made no final statement, but smiled at two friends, mouthed a brief word, then nodded. texas used a relatively new proto
SFGTV
Feb 18, 2014 5:00am PST
planned. so, why don't you tell us about it. [laughter] >> thank you, commissioners, all. appreciate this opportunity. i know this was an item that was originally scheduled in the fall for a report on the previous year's fiscal year's implementation of hacto and that had to be rescheduled. so, i appreciate the opportunity to come and do it now. with me as indicated by monica in introducing the subject, bill zeller is with me on our staff who manages the vehicle parts of hacto and also liam [speaker not understood] is with me in the audience with me. she work on the transit first parts of the ordinance. and i'll explain more about that as we go through. first, just generally, what hacto is and it's an acronym that not many people were familiar with, frankly until fairly recently. the healthy air and clean transportation ordinance, is what the acronym stands for, it and similarly named but little bit differently named versions of the ordinance have been in effect since the early 1990s and it has long been the main -- the platform, the policy tool by which the city has worked on bringing its
SFGTV
Feb 4, 2014 11:00am PST
really started to be used back in the early 2000s and right about -- and it peaked in i think it's 2005 there. and it's been on the decrease since then which we're very happy about. i would respectfully disagree with the speaker earlier in that the natural areas program usage, according to combined 2010 through 2012 data -- this is different i think than what she had analyzed, which is 2013 data, is actually the smallest portion of rec/park's use. it would be the blue slice on this pie. the green slice is other parks and facilities. the kind of orangish red -- sorry about that. the small orange slice is golden gate park and the big orange is golf. this is just for recreation and park. so, in general, i think -- i'm sorry, i missed one. i meant to discuss the little statistics at the bottom of this graph. we have overall at this point an 84% reduction in all pesticides since the beginning of the program. since 2000, which is when we really got our system best organized, it's been at 62%. since 2007, which is five-year mark, it's been a 6% reduction. as you can see it's very bumpy, d
SFGTV
Feb 19, 2014 2:30pm PST
in the south end were getting converted into office use. >> right. >> and because sli served as light industrial doesn't permit office use, it was basically a way, a path to allow them to have office use within those buildings. >> change the zoning to allow it rather than -- anyway -- >> i do have a question, though. this won't affect anything on this building because we saw the design center [speaker not understood] as well. so, is there a square footage allowed in this type of situation per year? [multiple voices] >> office allocation as a whole, right? >> if i could, there's a maximum 950,000 square feet that goes into the prop m office allocation every year. 875 of that is what's called the large cap authorization which is building more than 50,000 square feet. 75 goes into the small cap, which is buildings below 50, and buildings below 25 don't even need an authorization. because they're so small. ~ but if i could on the other aspect of this, i mean, this particular provision that would allow -- allows a landmark building to be used for a use otherwise not permitted, i woul
CSPAN
Feb 14, 2014 5:00pm EST
. the other thing we have going for us in this moment is this is the first time in my career where on every major issue the american people agree with the democratic party. think about it. [applause] i really mean it. i know that sounds like hyperbole. every issue facing the middle class for what you were able to do at the debt ceiling, to minimum wage, 72% support an increase of minimum wage, immigration reform, background checks on weapons, 90% of the american people, infrastructure. 80% think it is a way by which you can increase the means of the country. he said i do like south carolina but i like their port a lot, too. they meet hundreds of thousands of jobs. the american people agree with us. 55% marriage equality. overwhelmingly they want pay equity. 35% is all the difficulties with the aca. 35% of the people do not want to see it repealed. i cannot think of a time where most of the issues that affect the middle class are overwhelmingly in support of us. i wish there was a republican party, make a deal or compromise in know when he got up from the table it was done. that is wha
SFGTV
Feb 2, 2014 9:30pm PST
credit. so, this is what the u.s. green building council, we're using the same national committee that helped put this -- these guidelines together to try to turn it into something that's permanently enshined in leed. so, i'm crossing my fingers about that one. and as i mentioned, we completed, i put quotes around that. we completed the [speaker not understood] database. there are still some big improvements that need to happen, but we have the data now. and which we did not have last time. ~ i spoke to you. i think i'm going to skip that one for the moment. but just to talk about the list itself, this year we proceeded with our usual process on the list. the list is heavily managed -- what i have to tell everyone who asks is the list is not the program. we would not have the list if we didn't have this group of people meeting every month and talking about these things. and it requires extensive management. so, every year we go through it one by one, ask whether these products are really the safest available for the purpose. are they really necessary in the first place. and are th
PBS
Feb 14, 2014 5:00pm PST
upsets of the now write two articles called sons of the days of that for us the old russia have added a bronze medal to that tally on day seventy late in the kitchen finished but in the women's skeleton event up in the mountains of crops not pollyanna was the first time the russia have a secure a medal in the women's skeleton meanwhile a sunday trip to gulf is the man to catch up the hall for a state of the men's competition. he actually set a new track recording his bus from the men's open to actually complete the final two rounds on site today. what's a cooktop with him before the start of the games and he admits it's the performing on highlights is an advantage so she's the more than he did not go on tonight on the back of my hands on and everybody likes it including foreign athletes is considered one of the pets in the world. his design for its mark in the state is to have the warm up area now it's changing rooms. very good infrastructure. well elsewhere russia's female cub has boosted the challenges of progression to the next round they secured a six three victory over swit
PBS
Feb 8, 2014 5:30am PST
when u what will the eye the us. the winter games whatever its best. tina turner. the best laid plans with the teams are presenting the money supply to the head of technical error the thinking that he engineered vaccine for the eighth and ninth with a virus. with reports like this and it's green. for antarctic research station gail macpherson snowstorms and i think you can get. a jane doe watching cctv news i am one among waste the program in seventy with the twenty second wind to let the games had just opened chinese president stephen king attended the opening ceremony at the invitation of his russian counterpart matt and contain no more hunting has our top story this chinese prison she steamed peas first foreign visit both the new year. it's also the first time the chinese president hasn't ended a major sports even overseas. a record eighty seven delegations are taking part in the sochi games which features ninety eight medal events. and the opening ceremony. he rose from his seat awaits the chinese delegation. which is one hundred and thirty members including sixty five athle
CSPAN
Feb 20, 2014 6:30am EST
wonderful thing. it has allowed us to have everything you see in this room. because our power generation depends on the robust and extremely precise computation of how much energy is in burning fuel whether it's nuclear fuel or fossil fuel or some extraordinary fuel to be discovered in the future. the second law of thermodynamics will govern any turbine that makes electricity that we all depend on and allowed all these shapes to exist. >> let me just say two things. one is you know what, here's a point that we need to understand, you can have all the energy that you want but energy on matter will never produce life. god imposed information, language system, and that's how we have life. metabytes can never produce life no matter what energy you have. even if you have a dead stick. you can have all the energy in the world on the dead stick, it's going to decay. and it's not going to produce life. from a creationist's perspective, we certainly agree, i mean, before man sinned, you know there was digestion and so on but because of the fall now things are running down. god doesn't
Al Jazeera America
Feb 26, 2014 2:30pm EST
one of the most violent cities in america to see how technology can help us fight crime? >> that's right. i went to oakland, california which has the 5th highest crime rate and nearby richmond which is among the top 20 to look at some very innovative technology that they are looking to increase the eyes and ears of the police force on the street. so let's have a look these are streets. >> i am not violating any law. >> in two san francisco bay area cities known for crime oakland and rimmond westbound. >> but now, police in both of these cities have high tech back-ups. electronic ears listening for gunfire, 24/7. he lectronic eyes monitoring police and perps alike. even the cars on this street. officer chris tong is patrolling the streets of richmond that. ding you hear is the sound of a license plate reader. watch what happens when he passes a stolen vehicle. >> it's just triggered on an unoccupied vehicle. turn around and take a look what we've got here. >> the unoccupied vehicle was a stolen nissan sentra caught by the high-speed infrared camera, a series of computer algorithims
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